Pediatric Urology

The IU School of Medicine Pediatric Urology Fellowship at IU Health Riley Children’s Hospital is a two-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship that was established in 1995. Over the past 20 years, this fellowship program has trained several prominent leaders in pediatric urology and continues this tradition by accepting one fellow each year. To qualify, applicants must have completed an ACGME-accredited urology residency.

First-Year Curriculum

During the first year, fellows in this program focus on the clinical care of children with urologic disease and lays groundwork for research interests. The department’s large volume of clinical cases is exceptional and provides fellows with ample training experience. Fellows participate in several multidisciplinary conferences as well as clinical conferences and research conferences that focus on pediatric urologic disease.

Second-Year Curriculum

In the second year of this fellowship program, fellows perform pediatric urology research in an area that advances the fellow’s professional interests and aligns with requirements of the American Board of Urology. Interested applicants should contact the Tina Hedges, fellowship coordinator, at 317-278-0221 approximately 18 months prior to the anticipated starting date.

Teaching Faculty

Urology department teaching faculty for the pediatric urology fellowship program: Mark Cain, MD; Richard Rink, MD; Martin Kaefer, MD; Rosalia Misseri, MD; Konrad Szymanski, MD, MPH; Benjamin Whittam, MD, MS; Katherine Hubert Chan, MD, MPH.